Donnerstag, 16. Februar 2012 von Karin S. Wozonig
Veröffentlicht in Literatur,Welt

Alte und neue Welt

Ein Fundstück aus „History of California“ von Helen Elliott Bandini, veröffentlicht 1908:

Once before, when the world was younger, there was a land similar to this,— sea-kissed, mountain-guarded, with such gentle climate and soft skies. Its people, who also lived much out of doors at peace with nature, became almost perfect in health and figure, with mental qualities which enabled them to give to the world the best it has known in literature and art. What the ancient Greeks were, the people of California may become; but with an advancement in knowledge and loving-kindness of man toward man which heathen Athens never knew.

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